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Programs and Services
Learning Littles Playgroup
Community Transition Program
English Language Development/ELD
Family Resource Centers
Gift of Literacy
Chifin Native Youth Center
Oregon Battle of the Books/OBOB
Talented and Gifted/TAG
Free bedding for youth and families experiencing housing transition or moving back into housing.
Items provided can include: Twin XL sheet and comforter sets; individual blankets, sheets, and pillowcases; pillows; air mattresses/foam mattress pads; sleeping bags; and towels.
Hygiene products are available to students accessing services during drop-in hours or by appointment.
Providing school supplies to students helps eliminate a barrier that prevents some students from attending school.
Families and students new to the district or who are running low on supplies may obtain supplies throughout the year during drop-in hours or by appointment.
Basic packet of school supplies
Special project supplies (as needed)
Each summer a FREE Multicultural Day Camp is offered to incoming 6th and 7th graders.
This camp is a three-week session, with enrollment priority given to McKinney-Vento students.
Activities are focused around diversity, problem solving, and empathy building.
Each Wednesday during the school year from 3:30-7, in collaboration with Looking Glass Youth & Family Services.
Free hot dinner served at 5 pm.
Provides homework and resumé help, assistance with food handlers cards and job application assistance.
Activities are focused on job/college readiness, positive youth development and skill building.
Transportation is arranged on a case by case basis, to ensure attendance of students who are part of the McKinney-Vento program.
This service is to provide access to school, afterschool programs, and family involvement events.
Click here to download a brochure.
Springfield Public Schools
525 Mill Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Phone: (541) 747-3331
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